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. >> reporter: fixing the uc budget. the high-tech way the state says it can reach more students. >>> another cold morning. but ktvu meteorologist mark tamayo will be here to tell you about warmer temperatures and your weekend forecast. >>> health information of your favorite san francisco restaurant will soon be easier to access in a new announcement from the mayor. Ñç5xñóÑmñz?cç?çÑkÑkÑe- >>> the third and final way of the uc regents meeting is underway. sal castanedo is live to explain the big focus of the meeting today. good afternoon, sal. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. this is the last day. and one of the ideas that has emerged from the meeting is starting more online education. 10% of the general education requirements in the future could be set up on some online academy that the university is using here wants to set up. governor jerry brown, a regent himself and a graduate of uc berkeley says he likes the idea and has submitted -- committed $10 million from the state budget to help the university add more online courses. >> we have to get out of our comfort zone and look
. >> governor brown is scheduled to attend the uc board of regents meeting in san francisco and will talk about the priorities he wants to see in the system. the "los angeles times" reports he. push for more teaching and less research at the campuses and the governor also wants more online courses to save money and increase class offering. in the budget proposal last week, he increased money for both the uc and california state systems by $250 million each. >> oakland public safety commission has voted to recommend a contract to hire a police consultant. the commission meeting drew a huge crowd and many people were angry over the mention of former los angeles and new york police chief as the consultant. he favors the stop-and-frisk technique where police stop anyone who is suspicious. some call that another form of racial profiling. oakland police chief jordan says there is more to him that stop and frisk. >> part of the success in new york and los angeles was based on community partnership. that is something we are in support of. >> the safety commission did not specifically recommend the cons
in san anselmo. the park is expected to open on june 1st in san anselmo avenue near city hall. >>> uc offers classes for 24 to $2,400. but uc is not drawing nonuc students only one in fact. uc is getting competition from other units such as stanford which offers courses for free. >>> multiple choice questions on state standardized tests may soon be a thing of the past for california students. s t udents the new way of testing is scheduled to be rolled out in the 2014-2015 school year pending approval by lawmakers and the governor. >>> a marin county landmark has a completely new look following several storms. this is the way the arch looked like at the tennessee beach at tennessee cove for decades. for many years it's also been a favorite spot for pictures. but on december 29th. a graduate student at the institute of technology was on the beach taking pictures when all of a sudden that arch came tumbling down. the graduate student and his geologist father said the noise was so loud it also blocked out the sounds of the waves. >>> it starts way up here and you see the curser this red l
at the end of august. he gave no specifics and says he's leaving over health issues. he's been uc president since 2008 planning to return to teaching law in uc berkeley. >> today is the last day of the job for san jose police chief chris moore. the 25 year veteran led the police department for two years. his tenure saw a rise in crime, budget cuts and growing morale problems. >> nathan burress, convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend and her friend in the toll plaza was sentenced to death today. burress shot and killed deborah ross and maurice chucky everett at the toll plaza in 2009. during the sentencing burress says it doesn't matter because california legal battles over the death penalty make the execution unlikely. >> a man released from president yochb ak convicted for two murders years ago is accused now of killing his mother. he faced a judge and murder charges again, today. >> convicted double murderer and former death row inmate pled not guilty to killing1 çñ >>> prurters accused him of buying her a 73-year-old lexus. it left the victim bankrupt and heart broken. investigators sa
the next chief of staff is likely to be dennis mcdone mcdonogh. he would replace jack lew. >>> uc students say they will be at the regents' meeting this morning to petition lifting caps on health benefits. and jerry bro unwill be there -- jerry brown will be there. a group of students calling for uc to eliminate the cap as called for in president obama a.m. healthcare overhaul. currently, the plan has a lifetime coverage cap of $had00 -- of $400,000. a student group says that's not enough to cover a serious chronic illness. >>> in ireland and britain, an irish meat processor now recalling 10 million burgers. investigators found one burger out of 27 contained 29% horse meat. >> we're told what the label says and then there's also things not there. it's a bit worrying, isn't it? how much can you trust? >> it's also possible not to -- not to want to end the climate, some have cut corners and horse meat has been supplied. >> authorities say the horse meat is not a danger to the public. >>> 7:21. warmer weather ahead. but what about rain? up next, meteorologist steve paulson will tell us if he
their online failure, only one nonstudent enrolled after the uc system spent more than $4 million in marketing to students. now in contrast, the csu model is built for a existing group of students, students that need the courses to graduate at $150 a course. most students need some level of remediation, they expect the spots will fill up fast and they will have to turn others away. >> there's a new push to change the name of san francisco's airport. the san francisco lawmaker introduced legislation today that if approved, would rename sfo in honor of slain gay rights leader, harvey milk. he needs five others to agree to get it on the ballot. if it goes through, sfo would be the first airport to be named in the nation after a openly gay person. >>> and good afternoon, i'm jeff in the nbc area weather center. after a frigid tart, 25 in gilroy, napa 28, and redwood city 22. and san jose down to 33, all the cold and still air has a spare the air alert in effect for wednesday. the worst air quality expected in the north bay, we will have detail on a warming trend and how high that thermometer will
break that forced crews to close a lane near telegraph avenue a few blocks from the uc campus. workers had to dig up the street. water hasn't damaged any homes or businesses. there have been half a dozen water main breaks this week because of cold water combination and aging pipes. >> columbus parkway is re-opened after a huge tree branch fell on passing cars breaking off from the trees and fell into traffic last night. the branches weighed several tons. a passing van was crushed and two other cars were badly damaged. no one was hurt. it took crews more than two hours to clear the roads. >> san francisco giants most popular player is apologizing for an incident on new year's day. police were forced to remove romo from the airport after he got in a confrontation with security agents. we broke the store yesterday afternoon online. romo did nut have proper identification at a check point and argued with security officials. he was detained for a short while. last night, romo released a statement saying, i would like to sincerely apologize of the recent events at the las vegas airport which
$125 million each for uc and csu. still governor brown says the state must live within its means and there will be cuts to certain welfare programs. >>> testing begins today on the now bay lights project on the bay bridge. more than 25,000 l.e.d. bulbs have been attached on the western span. crews will run the first sequence test to make sure everything is in working order. computer software has been designed to change light patterns. the $8 million project was created to celebrate the bay bridge's 75th anniversary. the switch will officially be turned on in march and it will run for two years. >>> when we return, monopoly is about to use a game piece. >> and it's up to you to decide which one goes into retirement. >>> sort of a monopoly survivor twist. hasboro holding a facebook contest to eliminate one of its igt little monopoly game piece and introduce a new one. and you get to help choose which one. >> it's the latest effort to bring new excitement to the game if they created almost eight decades ago. facebook fans of monopoly on tuesday can vote on which piece to eliminate a
on the uc davis campus has injured one person. police say a junior researcher was injured this morning in a small explosion inside an apartment on campus. several units have been evacuated. investigators found chemicals in one unit. police say they do not know what the researcher was doing. new this morning, a blow to boeing airlines that fly the new boeing 787 dreamliner which were grounded overnight. they had to scramble to rebook thousands. unite was the only carrier in the united states to book the plane, airlines in india, and qatar, and japan and ethiopia have grounded the jets. the dreamliners were ground over flaws that could cause fires. officials are investigating battery-related problems following the emergency landing of an ana dreamliner in japan on tuesday. now the airline has put on hold the service to san jose that launched only last week. >> it is one of the most bizarre stories to hit sporting world in years. an all american football player is the victim of a cruel hoax involving a girlfriend who never existed. that player is manti te'o of the university of notre dame
or casualties. >> we have breaking news from a chemical explosion on the uc davis campus has injured one person. police say a junior researcher was injured this morning in a small explosion inside an apartment on campus. several units have been evacuated. investigators found chemicals in one unit. police say they do not know what the researcher was doing. new this morning, a blow to boeing airlines that fly the new boeing 787 dreamliner which were grounded overnight. they had to scramble to rebook thousands. unite was the only carrier in the united states to book the plane, airlines in india, and qatar, and japan and ethiopia have grounded the jets. the dreamliners were ground over flaws that could cause fires. officials are investigating battery-related problems following the emergency landing of an ana dreamliner in japan on tuesday. now the airline has put on hold the service to san jose that launched only last week. >> it is one of the most bizarre stories to hit sporting world in years. an all american football player is the victim of a cruel hoax involving a girlfriend who never existed.
of a uc school is now more than $31,000 a year and state schools are up to $23,000. >>> from today's mild weather to freezing temperatures. in just seven minutes i'll tell you the detailed time line for a big drop in temperatures and the parts of the bay area that will be affected the most. >>> can giant fans help in another come back. the virtual honor that's up for grabs and why buster posey desperately needs your vote. >> we'll show you how san jose plans to join the trend, that story in three minutes. >>> the san francisco man acaused of setting his girlfriend on fire could be arraigned as soon as tomorrow. police say 22-year-old dexter oliver was arrested around 9:00 last night at a hotel in oakland. investigators say oliver threw gasoline on star lamar then lit her on fire. after the couple began fighting in a laundromat in the city's bay view district. family members say lamar will need numerous reconstructive surgeries and years to recover. >>> open sidewalk cafes is something that is growing in popularity. the city is once again trying to promote park lets, robert handa has the
morning news governor jerry brown will be at uc board of regents meeting again today. more on what they will be talking about next. plus a full check of your thursday morning forecast that the kron 4 >> by 3:00 p.m.. taking a double look outside it is cold out there. the afternoon will be very nice day. take a look at the approach to the bay bridge and the golden gate which will look nice and clear. >> high erica. >> the morning darya. it is cold and some spots we are below freezing. some locations sitting in the upper twenties. remember is the number i will show you are not the morning lows. the temperatures will continue to draw closer to sunrise. live outside our mount tam cam shows a clear morning for most of us. we have areas of local dense fog. i will get to that in the second. fairfield, concord have recently dropped into the of the twenties. 36 in hayward. we are seeing quite a spread. we have twenties out there and '30's around the heart of the bay and along the coastline. san francisco outages are below 40. >> temperatures and well into the afternoon before we get there s
it off. >> reporter: in january of 1973, while attending uc berkeley, steve landed his dream job with how let's packard. >> they hire med to design their hand--- they hire med to design their hand-held calculator, and it was the first scientific calculator ever, the wing that changed everything for the world. it cost $400 when it was new. in today's money, what is that, $2,000? so they were very valuable. and then i was working on designing some of the chips that were inside these calculators from hewlett- packard. a real highlight of my life, one of the greatest companies in the world, and i wanted to work there forever, i would be an engineer for life at hewlett- packard. >> luckily for us, that was not the case, steve joshes convinced him to go -- steve jobs convinced him to go into business, and it was a match made in heaven. they debuted the apple 1 at the home brew computer club. a diy gathering for like-minded engineers. it caused a commotion. >> that caused a lot of people to start believing we could have a computer in the home some day, and we were thinking an ugly littl
in which the university of california system will consider expanding it's online offerings. uc spent $4 million to market the idea only one person wasn't a student has signed up for any of the 14 courses. >> san francisco festival goers should expect a change incoming months because this afternoon, the board approved a ban on smoking in outdoor festivals and parades. but don't expect ples tov!jm@3 patrol events. promoters will be responsible for informing people of the ban. if it gets approval it could take part for the new year's parade. >> there is a new proposal to change the name of san francisco international airport to honor harvey milk. later this year, voters in san francisco could have the final call. abc 7 news is live at sfo with the story for us. >> carolyn, the supervisors would still, and a majority have to sign off on this. if that happens, then, it will go before voters in november. supervisor harvey milk was the first openly gay politician in california now could be the first gaykço' person to have an airport named in his honor. >> this is the time when the city like
calling for the lifting of caps on student health insurance. governor jerry brown will be at the uc meeting and it will be at the mission bay compass. they are -- campus. they are calling for lifting the caps as president barack obama called for in the overhaul. right now there is a lifetime coverage cap of $400,000. the student group said that is not enough to cover a serious chronic illness. >>> back over to sal, there is a problem on the bay bridge, how is it looking, sal? >> a truck lost a wheel, westbound bay bridge right before treasure island in one of the lanes and they finally got it out of the way but the traffic took awhile to recover because they had a lane block for more of an hour. if slow on the bridge it is recovering and head to turn the metering lights on early and we had to back it up. now if there is a normal routine, i think you will need extra time and the backup is about 15 to 20 minutes when normally at this time it is a lot less. it is about double what it normally is and taking a look at the peninsular, traffic on southbound 101 looks good and it has not ch
. this by the way is the second day at the uc. if missing bay campus -- mission bay campus and it is called for in president barack obama's obama care overhaul. right now it has a lifetime cap of $400,000 and it is not enough to cover a serious chronic illness. >> let's look at the commune this morning. >> we are looking at some of the roads. it is early because this is a look at 880 westbound driving out to the mcarthur maze and no major problem going westbound into the city and it should not be a problem in any of those lanes getting into the city. and getting up to highway 17, that traffic is moving well getting into downtown san jose. let's go to steve. >>> well, we have mostly clear skies although patchy fog and i mean there are some mid-40s so the fog once that develops inland, it could be tough ones you get it and bay and inland temperatures will and inland temperatures stay the same maybe creep up a couple of degrees and they will warm up with that offshore breeze and it is stronger for most but we have a little bit of haze around the edges and temperatures, 28 in concord, walnut cr
-dollar development project initiated by students at uc berkeley is underway. students returning to campus could see and hear the big changes on the south side of campus this will make way for a whole new plaza. workers moved into high gear over winter break. the students say they wanted the changes and are looking forward to a new lower sprewell plaza. >> this was initially introduced by students and they taxed themselves to pay for the project. >> the campus paid for half of the project and the students paid for the other half. >> student government and otherrants will be relocated to the echelon hall. >>> if you find yourself in a rocky romantic relationship, it could be related to how much sleep you are getting. the uc berkeley study says people who don't get enough sleep may not be expressing enough gratitude in their romantic relationships. sleepless people tend to be more self-centered and are too tired to express appreciation. expression of gratitude can lead to positive mental thinking and physical benefits. i'm not gonna say anything about my situation. [laughter] >> 8:23. let's go to sal
biology. >>> a study out of u.c. berkeley said if you are not getting enough sleep you may be taking your partner for granted. researchers found sleep habits can impact gratitude. they say the lack of zs can leave couples leaving two tired to say thanks. the findings were presented yesterday at the annual meeting of the society for personality and social psychologist in new orleans. well, we definitely do not get enough sleep on saturday nights. so if i neglected to say thanks, lisa, you know -- >> no, no. you are always gracious. especially when i bring the good weather, right? >> yeah. >> keep the cold and rain away and we are going to do that the next couple days. as we head outside right now, it's certainly dark out there. numbers are chilly away from the city but downtown we've kept the numbers up thanks to the bay water there. compared to yesterday at this time, we are a little cooler in oakland but warmer along the coast and downtown. this is all going to change in the next couple of days. as our ridge breaks down. but for this morning it's cold in the valleys with a little fog. th
by lunchtime light blue starts to fill in for the immediate bay area. >> agreed uc indicates where we are climbing to the '60s. certainly will be designed to be outdoors. >> the temperatures are feeling like springtime in the middle of january. >> by 8:00 p.m. a mixed bag up upper '40's low 50s. >> temperatures running just a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday. los gatos 66. the site for campbell. 65 in santa clara. the east bay will not provide as much work as a south bay but it is mild when you keep in mind it is january. >> 61 for pleasanton. 63 in union city. north bay a mixed bag of 60s. >> downtown san francisco an afternoon high of 61. 59 for daly city and 63 expected in san bruno. >> we have a beach hazard statement going into effect later this afternoon at a high surf advisory from saturday to sunday. >> for those of you going to be, have long they to enjoy the surf competition expect sunshine, clear skies, tippers in the mid-60s for sunday. >> today's well from the rest are 4 to 5 ft. they could get up to 20 ft. on sunday--swells. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay for
to share with you, it's 1967. the neighborhood was totally crazy. i am a graduate of uc med center and my professor of medicine said david where you're going? coming down here was a sign of career failure or mental illness or someone who was totally insane. and what happened, we were built on rock 'n roll, the concerts and that is how we survived and we had all of these celebrities come that wanted to visit us. then of course i would try to get a donation from them. that is all we did, one of which was preminger coming to make a movie. we were totally on volunteers and another part of david's book that was so good was when he said the hell's angels ran a daycare center or something like that. only at that time but that makes sense. [laughter] so what i did was i worked at san francisco general you see during the day and the clinic at night. so a arlo preminger was going to come and make a movie and make a big donation. there is a big limo parked right out there and had dinner at one of the now closed restaurants just down the way. i told everybody that arlo preminger was going to come and
and they are expecting a lot of activity through the bay area. >> a uc-davis chemistry researcher who was injured in an explosion last week is in charge with 10 counts of possessing firearms and explosives. 32 year-old david snyder pleaded not guilty in yellow county. one of his defense attorneys said her client had the materials for research and was not intending to build a bomb. prosecutors and investigators found liquid and solid its lows of materials and devices to detonate them and an apartment. >> welcome back but late in the commute we have a hot spot vehicle fire. some of the plastic on the vehicle actually melted and has been, attached to the pavement and they're having a hard time putting it out 1 01 at north brokaw road attested to 80, 1 01 interchange. the bart on 1 01 northbound to interstate 280, take the guadalupe parkway north from 280 and goes straight up to 1 01 or connect with 880 and get around the back up that way. late delays for the commute with the back up on 1 01 for san jose. otherwise a good area around the bay as we go to the bay bridge meeting lights are off for about
a company from having to put that -- >> do we discourage them? >> absolutely. you can be a student at uc berkeley, foreign born, get this wonderful education, microsoft offers you a job for over $100,000 a year and we have to say, if the country will keep you. and most of those students are told they can't stay, get out of the united states. >> he says we're in no position to be tellingeople to get out of the united states if they have got the science, technology, engineering, math, higher education and the degree skills he says creates jobs in the economy. he said something so interesting as well. he said that frankly the very thorny and complicated difficult problem he said of illegal immigration has held this highly skilled immigration part of the -- part of the immigration laws hostage. listen. >> certainly if we want to bring a person here to be educated, you should never then make them go away. and there is some categories of jobs where you know that other jobs are created around them. and so forcing those back doesn't make sense. i think it is very doable. the numbers here are not
having to put that -- >> do we discourage them? >> absolutely. you can be a student at uc berkeley, foreign born, get this wonderful subsized education, microsoft offers you a job for over $100,000 a year and we have to say, if the country will keep you. most of those students are told they can't stay, get out of the united states. >> he says, brooke, that that part of the immigration system, this immigration for smart -- he calls it smart talent, people who come here and create jobs, who already are here, get educations, want to take a stem, science, technology, engineering, math degree, they can't. that part of the immigration system has been held hostage by the problem of illegal immigration, and the real thorny problem in washington for fixing that, he says, you got the best chance in years for both of those to be fixed. he's very concerned, of course, about high tech, skilled workers coming into this country because they're leaving here and starting businesses somewhere else. >> look at you. yesterday, nobel prize winning paul krugman. today, bill gates. i look forward to tomo
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